Rotating Teacher K-5 - Sheridan County School Disctrict 2 - Sheridan, WY

Sheridan County School Disctrict 2

SCSD2 is seeking a positive, professional, and motivated teacher to join our team for the 2020/2021 school year. This position will be a full time, regularly scheduled teacher rotating from school to school to assist as needs arise. This position works 175 days/year and is eligible for health, dental and vision insurance.


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QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Teaching Certification preferred

2. Teaching experience preferred

3. Must have Standard or Substitute Permit

For more information on Wyoming certification, please visit http://wyomingptsb.com/

REPORTS TO: Assistant Superintendent

JOB GOAL: Serve as a regularly scheduled, floating substitute teacher for the school district, in alignment with the standard teacher job description as defined below:

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:


Planning and Preparation.
The teacher will:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of content and content-related pedagogy, as well as prerequisite relationships.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the characteristics, skill levels, approaches to learning, and varied interests of the student age group that is being taught.
  • Select appropriate instructional goals that reflect high expectations, clarity, diversity, and a balance of teaching/learning techniques and styles.
  • Demonstrate awareness and use of available resources for both teachers and students.
  • Plan structured learning activities that use a variety of materials and resources; a varied and appropriate grouping of students to engage them in meaningful learning.
  • Assess student learning on a regular basis in a manner that is congruent to instructional goals and related to district and state standards.
  • Collaborate with support services teams to develop and implement Individual Education Programs (IEPs).
  • Collaborate weekly with grade level or content level professional learning community (PLC) teams.


Classroom Environment.
The teacher will:

  • Create an environment of respect and rapport in the classroom between teacher and students and students and their peers.
  • Establish a culture of learning by conveying the value of the content and the importance of pride in work and by maintaining high expectations for learning for all students.
  • Manage productive and appropriate grouping of students in a classroom, where the use of materials and time allow for smooth transitions from one instructional activity to another.
  • Establish clear standards of conduct, monitor students’ behavior, and respond appropriately.
  • Organize the physical space, furniture, and accessories in the classroom to accommodate safety and traffic flow and to maximize accessibility to learning resources.
  • Implement and administer district and school policies and procedures governing student life and conduct.


Instruction.
The teacher will:

  • Provide instruction that teaches to district and state standards.
  • Give directions and instructions that are clear to all students in both written and oral language that is grade appropriate.
  • Use questioning techniques that provide for higher-level thinking skills and discussion, with adequate wait time that allows for participation by all students.
  • Engage students in learning by linking content to student experiences, allow activities for students’ exploration of content, and use appropriate grouping for explorations.
  • Provide accurate, constructive, quality feedback to students in a timely manner.
  • Demonstrate flexibility and responsiveness by making adjustments to lessons to accommodate student needs, and use effective approaches to help students who are having difficulty in learning.


Reflecting on Teaching.
The teacher will:

  • Assess current lessons for effectiveness and reflect on ways to improve learning for all students.
  • Maintain accurate records showing students’ completion of assignments, progress in learning, and non-instructional information.
  • Communicate with families on instructional program goals and individual students’ performance and facilitate family engagement in the instructional program.
  • Contribute to the school and district by participating in school projects, district committees, and assigned non-teaching duties.
  • Lead and encourage colleagues and support staff and maintain cooperative relationships with administrators to establish a favorable working environment. Attend and constructively participate in staff meetings.
  • Participate in opportunities for professional development.
  • Show professionalism by demonstrating a commitment to professional standards in problem-solving and decision making and by serving as an advocate for students.
  • Seek supervisory and peer input on performance and respond to feedback in a cooperative manner.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 175 days; salary and fringe benefits to be set by the Board of Trustees.

Job Category: Classified
Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Days/year: 175
Hours/day: 8
Insurance Eligibility: Full-time insurance
Contract position: No

EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be in accordance with provisions of the Board’s Policy on Evaluation of Certified Personnel.


The closing date displayed is a
guideline for candidates and hiring committees. All job postings shall be open for a minimum of five days before they are filled. Once five days have elapsed, committees may begin selecting, interviewing, and hiring qualified candidates. An application is not a guarantee for an interview. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply early, as job postings may close sooner than the listed close date.


The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of this position and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position. Employees may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description. Fair Labor Standards Act exemption status(exempt/non-exempt from overtime) is designated by position. Sheridan County School District No. 2 is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively supports the Americans with Disabilities Act and will consider reasonable accommodations.


Wyoming State Statute requires any employee initially hired by SCSD2 on or after July 1, 1996, to pass a criminal background check with DCI (Department of Criminal Investigation).

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